Apple CEO Steve Jobs Keynote Fashion Evolution

Sunday, July 25, 2010
By OP Editor

Is this what makes a CEO successful? Here’s Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ black mock turtleneck, blue jeans, and sneaker fashion over the years, from 1998 to 2010.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs Keynote Fashion Evolution

Looks like a black St. Croix black mock turtleneck [amazon link], blue Levi’s 501 jeans [amazon link], made-in-USA New Balance sneakers [993 / 991], and round wire rim glasses is the fashion of the Apple CEO. Steve occasionally wears a belt of unknown origin. Jobs wears his everyday super-hero costume to introduce many iconic Apple products, from original bubble iMac, iPod, intel Mac, iPhone, to iPad.

It appears to be the unofficial fashion of the secret Apple Antenna Labs Stargate Chamber too.

Black Turtleneck A Day

Remembered reading somewhere Steve Jobs’ wardrobe is full of black turtle necks and jeans, so he doesn’t have to waste time thinking about what to wear every day. Is it working? Some might say so:

After a decade of Apple conquests, Fortune calls Steve Jobs “CEO of the Decade” and Harvard Business Review chooses Steve Jobs as the “best performing CEO” in the world. Jobs even leads to Apple surpassing Microsoft in market value this year.

Steve Ballmer Fashion: Do Not Want

In contrast, this is the fashion of Steve Baloney Ballmer, the Microsoft CEO who welcomes MicroSheep to the So-So:

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Sweaty Fashion

Steve Jobs image:
[Fast Company drimergallery on flickr via iphonesavior]

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2 Responses to “Apple CEO Steve Jobs Keynote Fashion Evolution”

  1. Don

    Wow! I can’t believe how much Steve’s fashion has changed over the years – it’s like night and day!

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